Antelope Tank

Total Miles
7.7

Elevation

2,232.65 ft

Duration

0.75 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

Antelope Tank is an extremely well-maintained road and will be a pleasant exploring experience for most high-clearance 2WD and AWD vehicles. While some sections of rocks interrupt the dirt surface, there are no large obstacles and only a couple of small low-grade climbs. Views are wide open for a majority of the trail, however, cell service is nonexistent in this area. Three gates along the trail must remain closed due to the cattle in the area and a friendly reminder to Tread Lightly. There are additional motorized roads in the area that will give more to explore, but drivers should be aware that there are also several decommissioned roads in this area. Be sure to stay on designated and legal trails. This trail ends where it intersects Post Canyon/FSR-140 where drivers can turn around and head north towards Burnt Peak or south and enjoy several other motorized trails.

Photos of Antelope Tank

Antelope Tank
Antelope Tank
Antelope Tank

Difficulty

This trail does not have any large obstacles and will easily be completed by most high-clearance vehicles.

Technical Rating

2

Status Reports

There are no status reports yet for this trail.

Access Description

Turn south onto SR 52 from Highway 60. The trailhead will be located approximately 42 miles to the south.

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